Investigation and class action suit against Securitas, Inc to recover overtime wages. Employees of Seritas were required to complete extensive mandatory training during regular working hours. Seritas failed to accurately record all time its employees spent training and maintaining their uniforms which, according to Seritas policy, required additional time on the job. Seritas failed to properly compensate its employees who worked in excess of 40 hours per week, as required by the FLSA and Illinois wage and hour laws
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Securitas Security Services
Securitas Security Services provides security personnel and services.
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